Virgin Media to launch new business broadband
Apr 20th 2017, 14:16 by Charlotte Whyatt
Virgin Media have announced they’ll be releasing a new type of ultrafast broadband named Voom Fibre aimed at small to medium sized businesses on 2nd May 2017.
The popular provider previously stated their new service will be able to reach download speeds of up to a truly huge 350Mbps, four times faster than anything offered by their biggest rivals.
Customers will be able to choose between three different broadband packages starting at £30 per month for an upload speed of 7Mbps and ranging all the way to £55 for an upload speed of 20 Mbps.
Additional discount and a number of extra bolt-ons will be offered on a wide range of Virgin Media’s other business orientated services in order to help each individual company realise their full potential and maximise their profits.
“With the launch of Voom Fibre we want to help every small business by providing the digital backbone they need for their business,” said Peter Kelly, the managing director of Virgin Media Business.
“For UK small business to thrive in this evolving digital economy they should have the technical ability and capacity in place so they can focus on development and growth, we are removing a barrier and enabling them to fulfil their digital potential - offering them all the speed they need to achieve success.”
Virgin Media also recently upgraded the overall speed of their basic entry-level broadband plan to 100Mbps, which is double that of the previous 50Mbps tariff and much faster than many of their rivals top offerings.
Source: The Independent
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